the USA Women’s National Team is now one win away from qualifying for the 2020 Olympic Games after an 8-6 win over the Netherlands in Saturday’s semifinals.
France’s Marc-Antoine Olivier and World Series star Arianna Bridi of Italy claimed the men’s and women’s race titles at the FINA Marathon Swim World Series.
Courtesy: USA Water Polo BUDAPEST, Hungary – The USA Women’s National Team advanced to the semi-finals of the FINA World…
Title-holder Olympiacos Piraeus topped Pro Recco 12-11 and Zodiac Barceloneta bested FTC-Telekom Budapest (HUN) 9-7 in Friday’s Champions League semifinals.
The UNI Swimming and Diving schedule is set for the 2019-20 season, including six home meets at Glen F. Henry Pool in the Wellness and Recreation Center.
The USA Women’s National Team claimed the Group B title at the FINA World League Super Final following a 12-7 win over Russia.
Head coach Dan Colella and the Duke men’s swimming and diving program announced its 2019 incoming class, includes 11 swimmers and divers.
Olympiacos Piraeus and Pro Recco will meet in the semis to replay last year’s Champions League final, while Ferencvaros faces Barceloneta.
Lima 2019 delivered the VIDENA Aquatic Center to the Peruvian Swimming Federation and the National Paralympic Association of Peru on June 4.
Five men each from Stanford and UCLA along with four women each from UCLA and USC highlight the USA Men’s and Women’s World University Games rosters.
The Pomona-Pitzer Swim & Dive program is proud to announce the hiring of Cori Meyette as the new assistant coach for the upcoming 2019-20 Swim & Dive season.
A day after a slow start in an eventual victory over Hungary, the USA Women’s National Team came out strong in their 15-4 win over Canada on Wednesday at the Women’s World League Super Final.
The best club teams in the world have gathered in Hannover to play for the most prestigious trophy – four former winners and three newcomers will be part of the show from Thursday in Hannover as the Champions League Final Eight tournament kicks off with the four quarterfinals.
The Flying Fish of YWCA Evanston/North Shore held its annual Oz Relay on May 18-19, generating $26,000 to support children in its aquatics programs.
Submarine parents are under water, out of view but are ready to surface in an emergency. They aren’t guiding their children as much as allowing them to forge their own path, but they are there when needed.